Beverly Hills is going to be getting a rather incredible exhibit that highlights the works seen in “American Horror Story.” Dubbed American Horror Story: the Style of Scare, the exhibit will take place at The Paley Center for Media in Los Angeles and will enter the minds of Ryan Murphy as well as costume designer Lou Eyrich.
This will be the largest exhibit the center has ever held, encompassing nearly 4,000 square feet that includes “…a specially designed graphic installation on the building’s glass-walled façade.”
From the Press Release:
The exhibit will feature a chilling display of the killer costumes by Lou Eyrich, as well as set pieces, props, and multimedia presentations. Iconic pieces from every season of the anthology horror thriller will be displayed, and guests will get the opportunity to see wardrobe worn by the residents of the Murder House, inmates of the Asylum, witches of the Coven, curiosities of the Freak Show, guests of the Hotel, and victims of Roanoke.
Maureen J. Reidy, the Paley Center’s President & CEO, explains, “Ryan Murphy is one of the most innovative and original creators in the industry, and we are honored to be the first to present this visually stunning retrospective exhibit celebrating his game-changing series. Every year The Paley Center presents exhibits that capture the unique combination of artistry and entertainment, and we’re thrilled to give ‘American Horror Story’ fans an opportunity to get up close and enjoy the collaborations between Murphy, costume designer Lou Eyrich, and all of the fearless creatives behind the hit FX series.”
Kenya Hardaway, SVP, Integrated Promotions, Multi-Platform Marketing, FX Networks, adds, “‘American Horror Story’ captivates with each stunning new installment, showcasing the enormous creativity of Ryan Murphy and costume designer Lou Eyrich. We are proud to partner with The Paley Center for Media to bring together in one amazing exhibit six installments of the iconic art, costumes, and props in celebration of the groundbreaking and hugely influential ‘American Horror Story’.”
The exhibit will be free to the public and opens on June 3rd, where it will run through July 30th. More information can be found here.